When Will You Grab Your Saw?

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Aaron W. Voyles looks at how the constructions of a superhero lead to violence.

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Teen Refuses to Walk At Graduation Without Twin Brother

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17-year-old Austin Coppola wanted to share the spotlight with someone special.

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I’m A Man Who Teaches Like A Catholic Nun


It’s time to get back to the basics, whether we like it or not.

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How to Remember What You’ve Learned

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We’re bombarded with information every day. But how can we remember it? Oscar Del Ben has some ideas.

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Art, Farming and a Safe Place For Boys to Discover Meaning


Is this a model for serious education reform? Theodore Richards and The Chicago Wisdom Project.

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So, You Think Affirmative Action Gives White People a Disadvantage?

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Let’s talk about the real affirmative action: Jamie Utt discusses white privilege, the American education system, and socioeconomic status.

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Do You Know the Mega-Dump?

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Aaron W. Voyles examines what bathroom misbehavior means for becoming a man.

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Guys, Change Your Scenery

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The only way to beat the taxing grind is to get out of it, at least for a while.

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If the Shoes Fits, Cheat

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Aaron W. Voyles comes clean about his past and offers insights into other young men’s futures.

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How To Teach a Man or a Boy


Among the most harmful things we do to men and boys is leave them to their own devices.

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What Black Educators Are Saying About the Effects of Race on Our Sons


Denene Millner explains the correlation between trusting adult-based relationships and academic success for African American boys.

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When Should You Accept Failure or Admit Success?


A student asks the most difficult question a professor ever had to handle.

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If You’re So Smart, Why Ain’t You Rich?

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It still remains true, especially for men, that we are primarily valued for what we earn.

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Gay Dad Responds to Florida Official’s Fear That Standardized Tests Will Make Kids Gay


Rob Watson responds to the legislator who fears that those fill-in-the-bubble tests will make kids super-gay.

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Punishing Creativity

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Our education culture suffers from a desire to standardize and censor.

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What I Learned While Teaching Black Boys

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Black boys matter. They care, and they have value.

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